WELCOME TO EVERGREEN KITCHEN
Evergreen Kitchen is for people who are passionate about food. Delicious food. This site features a collection of everyday recipes, resources and inspiration for incorporating healthy vegetarian eats into your life. You can find weekday meal plans, guides to seasonal eating, and plenty of recommendations that'll rock your tastebuds.
A healthy plant-based diet doesn't need to be a life sentence of bland salads or steamed veggie bowls. You're making the choice to eat well, not boring. We want cooking (and eating!) to be something we look forward to - every single day. We want variety. We want food we actually crave. And because food is always better shared, we want food that even our meat-loving family and friends can enjoy too. We're vegetarians that don't compromise and our recipes are a reflection of that.
So whether you're vegetarian, vegan, or are simply on the lookout for some delicious food, we encourage you to give one of our recipes a try. All recipes are meat-free, and many are vegan and/or gluten-free. If there's anything in particular you'd like to see on the blog please give us a shout. We'd love to connect with you.
Now shall we get cooking?
Anguel and Bri are the (soon-to-be) husband and wife duo behind Evergreen Kitchen. This site was inspired by their mutual love for eating well in the Pacific Northwest.
Brianne is a Certified Nutritionist, recipe developer and all-around wiz in the kitchen. Anguel is a tall, dark, (and quasi-handsome?) dude who always manages to photograph food in all its glory. They both like to eat, a lot.
When they're not collaborating on food shoots, Brianne and Anguel are usually outside exploring. They like to go on long treks, and some of their most memorable hikes have been the West Coast Trail (British Columbia), Annapurna Circuit (Nepal), and the Na Pali Coast (Hawaii). They're also parents to two mischievous fur babies, Taro & Forrest, who keep their hands full both in and out of the kitchen.
Currently also: Planning an outdoor wedding at a local farm (summer 2018)